[Spambayes] Spambayes

Tim Stone tim at aterraform.com
Tue Dec 27 05:34:58 CET 2005


Forwarding my response to you :)

Tim Stone wrote:

>This is possible if you are the administrator of the mail server, and 
>you wish to impose your definition of exactly what is spam on everyone 
>who uses your mail server.  As a user of someone else's mail server, it 
>is not possible to do that.
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>You may be able to configure your mail client to not automatically 
>acknowledge receipt of mail, but the chances are pretty good that it is 
>of no use anyway.  Most sane and still in business spammers do not 
>include a reply-to address that can be used to track them down anyway.
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>Ian wrote:
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>>Dear Spambayes gurus,
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>>I have just discovered Spambayes for Windows and it seems pretty good,
>>however I'm just wondering if it is possible to delete the spam from the
>>mail server BEFORE it gets downloaded to one's email program.
>>This would prevent the spammer from learning that the recipient has 
>>read the spam.
>>Keep up the good work!
>> 
>>Regards,
>>*Ian Horacek*
>> 
>>15 Combermere Street
>>Essendon, Vic, 3040
>>telephone/facsimile: (03) 9337 8515
>>mobile telephone:      040 807 6716 
>>ian at ocean.com.au <mailto:ian at ocean.com.au>
>>_http://_members.ocean.com.au/~ian <http://www.members.ocean.com.au/ian>
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>><http://msgtag.com/?source=ffooter> has notified the sender that this 
>>message has been received.
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>>_______________________________________________
>>SpamBayes at python.org
>>http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/spambayes
>>Check the FAQ before asking: http://spambayes.sf.net/faq.html
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>>No virus found in this incoming message.
>>Checked by AVG Free Edition.
>>Version: 7.1.371 / Virus Database: 267.14.7/214 - Release Date: 12/23/2005
>> 
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>Check the FAQ before asking: http://spambayes.sf.net/faq.html
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